College Hockey:
Trinity coach McPhee leaves for Brown assistant’s job

Trinity College has announced the resignation of Andrew McPhee as head coach of the women’s team to become an assistant coach at Brown.

Assistant coach Carson Duggan has been named interim head coach.

McPhee was first an assistant coach for Trinity in 2001 and head coach for the last nine seasons.

“We are extremely proud of the work Andy McPhee has done to mentor our women’s ice hockey student-athletes and to build an extremely strong program,” Trinity AD Michael Renwick said in a statement. “We are disappointed to see him leave, but very supportive of his decision and wish him well in his new position. I am very confident in Carson’s ability to lead our program and know she will do a great job continuing to move our program in the right direction.”

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